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Today In Music History - February 22

Today In Music History - February 22

TRU Release ‘The Truth’; Norah Jones' 'Feels Like Home' Hits #1; Phil Vassar Releases Self-titled Debut Album; Spice Girls Hit #1 With 'Wannabe'; Jethro Tull Win First Heavy Metal Grammy; Andy Warhol Dies; Beastie Boys Release ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)’; Average White Band Hit #1 With 'Pick Up The Pieces'; James Blunt Born; Johnny Cash Proposes To June Carter; Genesis Release First Single; Percy Faith Hits #1 With 'Theme From A Summer Place'
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May 3 World Asthma Day David Beckham Footballer Chronic Disease

High profile football star David Beckham is an Asthma patient. Football fans around the globe were surprised when he revealed a few years back that he was suffering from the chronic disease that chocked him since his childhood.
Biotech Stocks Facing FDA Decision In May Pharma Drugs FDA FDA panel DMD Cancer US Europe EMA

Biotech Stocks Facing FDA Decision In May Pharma Drugs FDA FDA panel DMD Cancer US Europe EMA

The bench to bedside journey of drugs is fraught with challenges. It is estimated that only 5 in 5,000 compounds that enter preclinical testing make it to human testing, and out of those 5, only 1 may pass through all the regulatory hurdles needed to reach pharmacy shelves.
Cities that deserve a Major League baseball expansion franchise Montreal Portland havana cuba mexico

Cities that deserve a Major League baseball expansion franchise Montreal Portland havana cuba mexico

Strong expansion candidates in the U.S. and Canada are ready to play ball, and there are some Spanish-speaking markets that could spice up the game.
AstraZeneca Ramping Up to Take Growth Pangs Head On

AstraZeneca Ramping Up to Take Growth Pangs Head On

Shares of Anglo-Swedish pharma giant AstraZeneca (AZN) are down over 11 percent year-to-date as the company gears up to face another patent cliff this year. This pales before the 4 percent gain by its predator Pfizer and Merck’s 8 percent advance.